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PHOTOS: Sag Harbor Fireworks Held Sunday

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The annual John A. Ward Independence Day Fireworks show in Sag Harbor on Sunday.

The annual John A. Ward Independence Day Fireworks show in Sag Harbor on Sunday.

The annual John A. Ward Independence Day Fireworks show in Sag Harbor on Sunday.

The annual John A. Ward Independence Day Fireworks show in Sag Harbor on Sunday.

The annual John A. Ward Independence Day Fireworks show in Sag Harbor on Sunday.

The annual John A. Ward Independence Day Fireworks show in Sag Harbor on Sunday.

Folks gather in Marine Park to watch the fireworks on Sunday.

Folks gather in Marine Park to watch the fireworks on Sunday.

Folks gather in Marine Park to watch the fireworks on Sunday.

Folks gather in Marine Park to watch the fireworks on Sunday.

authorStaff Writer on Jul 5, 2022
The annual John A. Ward Independence Day Fireworks show was held in Sag Harbor on Sunday.

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